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Vancouver Island University is swarming with bees -- and that's a good thing
by Kathryn Marlow
Canadian Broadcasting Company Translate This Article
18 October 2019
On 18 October 2019 Canadian Broadcasting Company reported:
Nanaimo's Vancouver Island University (VIU) can now call itself a 'bee campus.' That's a designation awarded by Bee City Canada, a non-profit organization that asks cities and schools to commit to protecting pollinators including bees, birds and bats. At VIU, it all started with Kirby Delaney, then a student in the school's master of community planning program. She says that cities -- and campuses -- can combat that loss of habitat by putting gardens anywhere there's space: beside sidewalks, in parks and along boulevards.
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